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There continues to be consistent plea from women conveying the desire for pretty, supportive, and solution-oriented bras. GO2BRAS has developed a line that meets these needs, while enhancing and flattering your unique figure. By listening, understanding, and caring about what women need in their bra wardrobe, GO2BRAS offers innovative and quality essentials designed for a woman's specific needs. GO2BRAS spokesperson Connie Elder is a passionate advocate for those who desire a lingerie brand that makes them feel confident and beautiful. As a woman who struggled for years to find her perfect bra, Connie understands the importance of fit and comfort when searching for an everyday solution.
Band Size First (Keep your bra on while measuring):
Make sure you're wearing a well-fitting, non-padded bra while measuring. Stand up when taking the measurements. Relax and don't hold your breath. Take a snug measurement around your rib cage, directly under your bustline. To get the most accurate reading, make sure the tape measure rests flat on your skin and goes straight across your back.
Cup Size (Keep your bra on while measuring):
Wrap a measuring tape around your back and across the fullest part of your bustline. The tape should not be pulled tight. Make sure the tape measure is flat on your back for an accurate measurement. To arrive at your cup size, subtract your band measurement from this measurement. Use the chart below to establish your cup size.
Example: If your band measurement is 38 and your cup size measurement at the fullest part is 44, you are a 38 DDD.
*This is a guide; not an exact science. Keep in mind brands fit differently and sometimes styles within a brand can fit differently.
About the Company
In late 2012, Dana-co LLC acquired the GO2BRAS brand. With expertise in innovative design, manufacturing, and sourcing, Dana-co relaunched GO2BRAS with a renewed focus on expanding comfortable, everyday solutions for women of every size and lifestyle. As a luxury lingerie design house and manufacturer, Dana-co has become renown for their superior fit and high-quality fabrics.
2-Piece Cup: A 2-part cup is where the cup is made with two panels of fabric that are sewn together. Bra cups with seams such as this are always more supportive than bra cups without seams.
3-Piece Cup: A 3-part cup is a where the cup of a bra is made in three panels of fabric sewn together with seams. This style of bra cup is the most supportive.
Balconette: A balconette bra has more of a horizontal line going across the top of the bustline.
Breathability: Fabric and its ability to allow airflow. The garment will not hold in moisture.
Cami Bra: Designed with underwire bra cups and a camisole top all in one.
Contour Bra: A padded bra. Contour bras provide modesty and different levels of support. They vary in thickness, stretch, and feel. They can also be covered by a molded cup or a cut-and-sew outer cup.
Cut-and-Sew Bra: A bra with seams in the cups.
Demi Coverage: A low-cut bra designed to enhance the neckline and expose more of the breast. Demi bras are also called balconettes or shelf bras depending on the design of the neckline.
Full Coverage: A bra with a cup covering the entire breast and offering more support. A full-cup bra should cause a crease or indentation along the top of the breast if a woman is wearing the right size.
Inner Sling: Inner slings are added for support or visual cue in a bra cup. An inner sling can be a strip of fabric or material that follows the natural curve of the bra, sewn inside of the cup to provide additional support. It can be located on the side (side sling) or bottom of the cup.
Leotard Back or Rave Back: A specific back shape inspired by the back of a basic leotard bodysuit. The back is designed in a "U" shape at the center back to provide more back coverage and better strap stability and placement.
Minimizer: A minimizer bra gives the appearance of reducing the projection of the wearer's breasts.
Plunge: A plunge bra is designed with a lower, smaller center, and a low neckline at the center.
Spacer Foam: Spacer foam, also called spacer fabric, is a knit that has both a top and bottom layer, with filaments in between. This creates air pockets between the layers. The advantage of spacer foam is that it's very lightweight, breathes, can be thinner than traditional foam used in contour bra cups, won't yellow, and can provide modesty.
Side Sling: Slings are added for support or visual cue in a bra cup. A side sling can be fabric or material that is on the side of the cup, sewn inside or outside of the cup to provide additional support.
Stabilizer: A rigid fabric interlining that restricts the stretch of selected areas of the garment to allow for better support.